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+ ALASKA DAILY UMPIRE * + Douglas Branch + + M. A. SNOW, Manaear + + * +*+++++++* 4? * * * * * * TREADWELL, May 22.?Tho Tread well baseball team will play the llrst series game In Juneau tomorrow after noon at 2:30. No Une-up has been an nounced but It Is stated that a new pitcher. Jack Killeen. will be tried out. A "shirt waist" dance will be given at the Tread well club next Wednes day night The management wants It understood that no program will be used and that the dance will bo en tirely informal. The Treadwell gun club shoot will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn ing on the local range. A uumber of club members will cross the chan nel and shoot with the Juneau club. The regular Saturday shows will be given at the club this afternoon and evening. The Treadwell and Douglas ladies played a game of baseball on the Treadwell diamond yesterday after noon. The umpire. Charlie Halt, Is in the hospital and the score keeper Is; still figuring. The bowling trophy, won by Tread well In the International tournament' last winter, arrived on the Spokane; and will be placed with the rest of tho club trophies in the hallway of the j club. The Spokane called in at Treadwell, on her way south today. DOUGLAS, May 22.?On account of j Monday being election day, the saloon ' men of Douglas have voluntarily an nounced that their places of business will remain closed all day and will not bo open from midnight Saturday | to midnight Monday. Sam Erlckson and C. L, Lewis and i wife are northbound passengers on the : City of Seattlo. The city council will postpone Us i regular meeting next Monday night j until May 31st. ! SIX REELS OF FIRST CLASS PICTURES TOMORROW DOUGLAS. May 22.?Tomorrow aud Monday nights the Lyric management will give an extra good six-reel show, j The program will consist of an An imated Weekly, a three or four reel feature and a couple of crackerjack comedies. The Lyric seven-piece or ; chestra will furnish the music. IN DOUGLAS CHURCHES ? TOMORROW. Lutheran Church. Martin L. Larson, Pastor. Services wlU be held at tho Luther an church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. All are welcome. St. Luke's Episcopal Church. John R. Johnes, In Charge. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30 o'clock. All are welcome. Congregational Church. Rev. Owne Umstcad, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Evening worship at S o'clock. Mrs. Cornelia rempleton Hatcher. A.M., organizer and lecturer of the National W. C. T. C. All Interested in the Wot and Dry Vote on Monday ahould hear her. Sho Is a woman of travel and wldo re search. Miss May Purker will sing: "Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight." Messrs C. Salmonson, Wilbur Qeorgo and W. Wallace will givo an instru mental overture, "Southern Zephyr." All are invited. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. Notice la hereby given that an elec tion will be held In the Town of Doug las on Monday, May 24th. 1915, be tween the hours of 8 a. m. and 9 p. m. for the purpose of determining whether licenses shall bo issued for the sale of intoxicating liquors In said Town of Douglas. All citizens over the ago of 21 years, residing within two miles of said Town of Douglas are eligible voters. The polling place will bo at the Nai atorlum; the Judges for said election are Hugh Tracy, Martin Olson and Bing Halleck. Clorks O. M. Tillman. Dated at Douglas. Alaska, May 21st, 1915. (signed) JETER JOHNSON, President of tho Common Council and ex-ofllclo Mayor, (attest)? R. R. HUBBARD, Clork of the City of Douglas.?It. Delivery wagon for salo. Hand made. Price reasonable. Apply Sid Johnson, Douglas, Phono, Douglas, 22. ?(5-19-6L)? HURD-HIBBARD OPENS RINK THEATRE. The new Rink Theatre oponed with the Hurd-Hlbbard attractions last night, to a comfortable audience. A musical sketch, "The Rube Farm," was the curtain raiser. Miss Cooncy. Bell maiue and Conway, Georgo P. New ton. and the Rose City trio, consisting >f Mclver. Confer and Stevenson, nade up the program with a boxing exhibition by Kitty White, who went our rounds with her trainer. The same bill will bo repeated to light, a change Sunday. VALDEZ PEOPLE AIDCHILDEEN VALDEZ. May 15.?Four casos of clotting will bo sont wostward on tho next Santa Ana for the use of the Natives In the Bristol Bay region. Tho shipment is being mado by the Val dez Civic League and tho clothing has been donated by the people of Valdez. Tho shipment will go direct to Mrs. Call, the United States com missioner in the Bristol Bay region, and she will attend to the distribu tion of the clothes among tho.noedy natives. The need for aid was so apparent to Judge F. "M. Brown when ho mado the trip westward last season on the | floating court that he started the i movement and with tho aid of tho la ! dies has succeeded in securing a large amount of clothing which will help to keep the natives warm during tho next winter. The shipment could not bo made before this as the Santa Ana does not make calls in Bristol Bay except during June. July and August The Alaska Steamship company havo ordered that the freight be car ried freo and they will donate tho freight as their sharo in aiding tho natives. Mrs. Call, tho U. S. Commissioner is the only woman commissioner in Alaska.?(Valdez Prospector.) ! FORTYMILE MAN IS AFTER COAL PATENT FAIRBANKS. May 1.?The first ap plication to mine coal on the public lands of the United States in this land district has been received by the local office and a permit will be is sued at once by the register and re ceiver here. This application comes from Geo. A. Estabrook, who is mining on Chick en creek, Forty-Milo district, upper Yukon river. Just this side of the Can adian boundary. His application re latcs that the coal lies on ground held as n placer claim, being 7 above, first bench, right limit of Chicken crock, a five aero tract 20 rods aquaro, lying. 200 mllc3 In direct line from Fairbanks.?(News-Miner.) NEW COMMISSIONER FOR FORT YUKON FAIRBANKS, May 1.?Frank C. White, of Fort Yukon, was appointed commissioner for that prcclnct last night after adjournment, and he was notified of the fact by wire. Tho position has been vacant since Com missioner Burke went Outsido and an effort was being mado to get along without a commission but the recont Insanity case over there demanded a hearing of some kind at once bofore < an officer properly qualified. Without such a commissioner at Fort Yukon < It would have boon necessary to go to Circle at great expense and loss of < time. Mr. White has a sawmill at Fort V'ukon and his wife Is postmistress, i She is said to have ben an independ- I )nt missionary there at one time and the whites are reported to have tak ;n care of many orphaned Indian i a ihildren from time to time. The In Han queatlon la a largo one nt Fort /ulcon and has always been a source jf trouble.?(News Miner.).) Wo heard recently of a girl so re ined she wouldn't even read coarse irlnt.?(Boston Transcript.) Wo take it that Constantinople does lot bollevo the report that there Is l shortago of ammunition among the varring nations of Europe.?(Detroit ''ree Press.) Empire want ads. work all the time. ?RY THEM? Qoldsteln's Emporium has the gency for thoso famous Ogle eggs. Ivory one dated and guaranteed.? 3-lP-tf.) ?> CLASSIFIED ADV. 4 ? > <? + ? 4> 4* ? ? 4 ? ? 4 4 ? WANTED?Lady assistant and of ico girl. White & Jonne, dentlst3, ralcntlno building. 22?2t FOR RENT?Fine furnished room 50 Distln avo, or phono 203. 5-15-tf FOR RENT?Nice furnished room? 40 Franklin street. 5-6-? FOR RENT?Furnished cabins, Ju oau Realty Co., 122 Front St. 5-21-5t HOUSE FOR RENT?F. J. Wottrick -(G-lG-lm.)? Elegant steam-heated front apart icnt. Fine view; bath, phone, and ght free. Hot wator at all hours. " .lexander Apts., phone 228. G-20-12t FOR SALE?$500, cash, and 3mall lymorits will secure a good paying nslnoss. Wo bavo also gas boats om $100 to $600. See Hattrlck and anlelson, Willoughby avonue, phono IG.ll G-21-3t. FOR SALE ? Furniture of small 3USO,. including a Buck range. This priced cheap for a quick sale. See ackworth, 122 Front St G-21-tf FOR SALE? Cigar nad fruit stand )ing a good business. See Harrigan * Front St. G-21-6L j [Baseball Sunday! | Tread well | ?vs. f Juneau | AT THE JUNEAU BASEBALL GROUNDS I Ferry Leaves Thane - 1:25 | " " Treadwell - 1:35 t " " Douglas - 1:40 % Special Leaves Treadwell - 2:15 | " " Douglas - 2:20 ! May 27th to June 2d ? Douglas Rink Big Spring Carnival Auspices Fraternal Order of Eagles THE BIG EVENT OF THE YEAR T FIRST TERRITORIAL BAM Douglas OF ALASKA 26 Front 1t Juneau INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS Q ACCOUNTS, AND ON TIME DEPOSITS 4: Q ALASKA MEAT COMPANY John Reck, Mgr. Wholesale and Retail Butchers Manufacturers of all Kinds of San sages Our Hams and Bacon Are Home-Smoked r = T ? SI ^ TT "T a^i When the Doctor Pre IM 4 i "l% BRING XOCR JL/ M.\ %J \Jkj PRESCRIPTION TO OS It will be filled promptly with the greatest care, and delivered at your residence if you de sire. Doran's Prescription Pharmacy 213 2nd St. ? Milton Winn, Prop. Phone 3 PROMPT FEEE DELIVERY In n : 111111:11; i i-m i i ; m i i n m m i inn M"M iimiii "HIRSUTONE'i THE IDEAL HAIR TONIC | ? WITH A GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION ? IT WILL REMOVE T T DANDRUFF. NINETY PER CENT OF THE MEN ARE TROU- " ?f BLED WITH THIS DISEASE. TRY A 50c OR $1.00 BOTTLE AND - I GET RELIEF. SOLD ONLY t I AT SMITH'S DRUG STORE ii 4- Elmer E. Smith, Douglas, Alaska. J ?i 11111:111111111111111111111 r i r 1111111111111 n 111 n 11 lr Y | Douglas Opera House Hotel % Fresh O'iympia Oysters :: o FREE MOVING PICTURES SUNDAY NIGHT o o The Beat of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ! I PETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska JUST RECEIVED Direct from New York a Beautiful line of Girl's White Lingerie Dresses in Batiste and Embroidered Molls Ages 6 to 14 years. Prices Range from &2.00 to S6.75 CALL AND SEE THEM, THEY ARE BEAUTI FUL., AT? Tke Gage Sbop Cor. 2nd and Main Streets * * * *????????*?? * * ? * * ?> M. S. SUTTON ? + Architect 4> * 113 Dccfcor Bids. * ?> Pboao 111 Juneau, Alaska v + * THE MILITARY BOOT Here is SOMETHING NEW for you in ttie way of A HIGH SHOE They have just COME IN and we carry them in both lace and button Patent leather, cloth top, gaitere effect, Cuban Louis heel on the new short vamp last make up this stylish addition to our stock. They are priced very reasonable. All sizes now. S4.00 A PAIR Have you seen those KEEN LOW HEEL SNEAKERS, with white soles and rubber heels. We have them in white canvas and gun metal. Goldstein's Emporium SHOE SECTION - ' A NEW SHIPMENT OF Panamas, Just, In A Nice Line of Glrli' Hall A Full Lino of Outing Hats Special Boy's Milan Hats, S1.00 Mrs: E. Sherman, 131 FRO^T STREET Juneau ?? ? ? Alaska i FRESH On the Northwestern Fruits and Vegetables of ail kinds Phone Us and we will tell you what we have and give you our prices. We deliver Immediately?seven days a week. GIVE US A TRIAL. Tfce Juneau Fruit $ j Vegetable Company Seward Stroct, between 2d & 3d Telephone 182 1 ? 1 V ?rSSBMMM?? SCIENTIFIC LENSES It Is now known that many L ; i oye troubles oro causod by m j | certain Irritating rays In olcctrlc p ThOBC aro ultrn-vlolot rays and .r j ! j tho Infra-reds. And only recently has a lense ? ? | been perfected that satisfactorily j| I filters thorn from the oye. It can bo worn constantly as fj tho tint Is Invisible oxcopt with M I closo scrutiny. If your glasses aro not com- H fortablc?talk to us about this H lense. It is really a proYenta- fl tivo of cataract Robert Simpson I OPTOMETRIST <2. OPTICJAN | j. J. a >:? + * CLASSIFIED ADV. v ."e ? + + + ?> *> ?> ?> ? ? ? ? ? ?> WANTED?First class tailor, Good wages. 410 Goldstein Bldg. 5-20-3t. FOIt SALE?Or ror rent, pool tables and furniture, show cases, cash rogls ter. Half cash, balance payments to Territorial bank. Good bargain, 1SS Beach SL, Douglas. 5-17-6t. FOR SALE?A small house In the Cascy-Shattuck Addition for $50. This Is dirt cheap for some ono that wants to quit paying rent. See Hackworth at 122 Front St. 5-20-tf FOR SALE?Double-barrel 12-gauge hammerlcss shotgun In flno condition, cheap. Enquire "Tom" Corbett house Douglas. 5-17-6t. FOR SALE?M. D. JBerry's entire transfer out fit at bargitln. 3-16-tf. FOR SALE?Rooming houso of 19 rooms. Good, now furniture, rooms nil occupied. A money-maker. P. 0. box 385. Phone 132. 5-10-1 mo. FOR SALE?500 hemlock trap pllos, ranging In length from 80 to 125 feet, all lengths. Inquire of Dave Pierce, Kake Alaska, for Information. 47-lm. FOR SALE?Six-room house on good lot; price reasonable. Part terms? 034 E 6th St. 3-Slm. FOR RENT?Four-room apartment, No. 3, Gastlncau avenue; also a two room apartment. 5-11-tf FOR RENT?Newly furnished four room modern houso with bath, one block from postofflce. Inquire at 428 Main street. H-20-tf.) FOR RENT?Flvo rooms and bath, concreto houso, phono 3C9. 2-10*tf. FOR RENT ? Modern Houso. I. J. Sharlck. 3-27-tf. FOR RENT, 2 and 3 room furnished housekeeping suites; reasonable, "The cozy corner of Juntau." Cliff Apart ments, near court house. 2-1-lm. COME to the Palmist. I tell you about work, business, mnrriago and the future. Get your fortune told. 306 Front St. 4-3-lmo. HOUSE for rent. Mrs. M. Davis.? St Nicholas loaves for Tenakoe and way ports, Tuesdays at 8. a. in. 12-28-tf OFFICES?For rent in Goldstein Bldg. Hot and cold running water In each office; also steam heat. Janitor and elovator service. tf. SPACE FOR RENT la Brunswick BulMlng. Apply Chas. Goldstein. *** i' L. G Thomiu Mori F. Thommi 4 ? ? Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking < > Co., Inc. ? > Funeral Directors & Embalmers % ; . ? DoiyrLm Alaska I Douglas Undertaking | ==PARLORS== | Funeral Directs and Bmbalmcrs m ^^?lvTsully B "Ain't I Worth More , Than the Taxes ?" j 1 1 " "?== 1 4 ?: (Extra No. 5, Juneau Dry Club) 4 4 "Which way will you vote, daddy, wot or dry?" queried a little ; lad. as he climbed upon his father's knee. "Wet. of course." replied tho man. "But why, daddy?" questioned the boy. 11 "Because the saloons help pay my taxes," replied tho father. [.j \ Tho child sat is deep thought for a while and then looking his gj - father in the eyes, said: "Daddy, ain't 1 worth more to you than [? your taxes? IF YOU VOTE WET, MAYBE I'LL BE A DRUNKARD ? ; 3 SOME DAY." N " "If you vote 'wet.'"?the words cachoed and ro- [?] 3 eachocd through tho father's mind all night long, and |.j " the next day he went to tho polls and voted DRY, saying to those who expressed surprise at his suddon [1 n change of attitude. "THAT BOY IS WORTH MORE 3 " TO ME THAN ALL THE PROPERTY I COULD EVER OWN." - Friend, how about YOUR Boy? How much is he worth to YOU? And how about you;- neighbor's I n boy? 11 A Remember, a young man drunk is SOMEBODY'S VOTE STAGGERING AROUND. What about YOUR vote? | p: hi Six members of the Juneau Commercial Club are responsible for fr tho plea to the taxpayers of Juneau which has appeared iu our local hi D papers, urging support of tho saloons for another year. Ten mom- Pj n bero of tho Club attended last Tuesday's meeting at the City Hall, g ? and only six of them voted for the resolution. Wo don't know bow | . many members the Club lias, but we strongly, suspect that those j j In six are. a minority; which shows that sometimes a minority can ? js "j)ut it over" the majority. And say, wouldn't that resolution make | j; you weep? Just think how the poor, down-trodden saloon men of M ? Junoau are abused. All Join hands and turn on the tears, please.